Pessl Instruments, the pioneer in manufacturing and selling high-end weather stations, is proud to announce the launch of its highly anticipated webshop. Launching on June 3rd 2020, METOS Webshop will offer something for everyone.
METOS Webshop will first offer the iMETOS VWS – Virtual Weather station, disease model licenses and other »click-away« solutions. There will also be a free-trial offer for those who are just getting familiar with data-driven precision agriculture.
METOS Webshop availability
We want to point out that METOS Webshop will for now be available to European end customers and all Pessl Instruments distributors only. We anticipate to get the METOS Webshop ready for all the markets by the end of 2020. Everything that every farmer needs, will therefore soon be at a hand’s reach with a few simple clicks in every corner of the world.
We strongly believe that METOS Webshop completes and enriches the Pessl Instruments experience. More information about the METOS Webshop and via Webshop available products can be found on metos.at page. Or jump directly to shop.metos.at and start exploring!
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About Pessl Instruments
Pessl Instruments, headquartered in Weiz, Austria and founded in 1984 by current CEO Gottfried Pessl, does business in more than 80 countries. Pessl Instruments develops and distributes climate monitoring, agricultural risk, and irrigation management technology solutions for its farming customer base. Globally distributed under METOS brand, products include weather stations, soil moisture monitoring devices, irrigation automation controllers, electronic insect traps, remote crop monitoring systems, disease, and pest warning software and localized weather forecast.
Contact for further details
Mario Hoefler, Portfolio coordinator & FieldClimate & Apps